Collections: Items Tagged "Fashion"

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Hiroshige's One Hundred Famous Views of Edo

Hiroshige's 118 woodblock landscape and genre scenes of mid-nineteenth-century Tokyo, is one of the greatest achievements of Japanese art.

    On View: Double Bell (Egogo)

    This is one of the oldest surviving African ivory sculptures; only six of these ivory gongs are known. Double gongs were used by the oba (ki...

     

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    Found 13659 Items Tagged "Fashion"


    Robe (Kansawu) and Trousers, from 3 Piece Royal or Noble CostumeThe Haymarket, Sixth AvenueMrs. Elizabeth Smith (née Elizabeth Chew)Governor Lewis MorrisPortrait of Mrs. William StrachanButtonCafe ScenePortrait of a LadyThe Rigor of the Game, Kearsarge Hall, North Conway, New HampshireMemoriesNew Orleans NecklacePromenadeAlbert BenderUntitled, Brooklyn, New YorkMahuika, from the "Digital Marae" seriesPinning the Hat (Le Chapeau épinglé)A Family of DervishesCouverture "LEstampe Originale"
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